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NomSEX 1676. j Custom-House Sales. Philadelphia, January IJ, 179®- 1 ON Monday, the 29th of January, 1798, at t®. o'clock, will be fold by public auction, at the Custom-House, in pyrf||?nce of the laws ia that cafe made and prpvided, the following articles of mer chandize haviag been Sored more than niae months and t>o[tclaimed by the owners erconfignee* thereof; yrbich articles may be viewed during tht space of three dajs antecedent to the day of sale, between the hours ot nine and two o'clock. FCP Two cases, containing Woollen Hats M p C One cale, containing Book* and Pamphlets R P Three cadi, containing Girth Web (DU) One ca&, containing Spades and Shoveli W W Four calks, containing Garden Seeds, Peas P and Beans IS One keg of Red Lead] <t> WC One crate of Earthen Ware BTlyt Two do. dr>. WL One do and two cases containing Images and O'saments for building [No mark] Two Hampers of Bottled Porter P Eight Hampers of Empty Bottles , W B Ooe calk of Bottled Porter Tho's Stephens One bundle, containing piece* qf Music Mr. Scott. One box containing 014 Paraphleu Mr" Auoley One box of Pamphlets W A Three pipes Madeira Wine W L P One box of Pew'«r Lamps V B One box containing Brushes G. Bolland. One c«ik containing a|cbeefe and fame pstmeal yR. Oneerate of Earthen Ware R. it, One crate of Earthen Ware. J an , 13 * tla Marlbal's S^les. United States, 7 ir Pennjylvania D'tftrid. Jf M ' , V T O riCE is hereby given, that in pursuance of X\ rp Bjc direS.H, by the Hon. Richard Peters, Esq. Judge of the Diftrifl Court of the United States, in and for the Pennsylvania Dif- wiU be ejtpofed to Public Sale at the Custom house, en Monday, the 19th day of January inft. at 11 o'clock at noon, i bpx of Sugar 1 bags of Coffee 1 barrel, I ha|f barrel, and > of Lime* I tub J a jars of Honey »6 Pin/; Apples a kegJ of Spirit* I keg of Sugar, and J barrel* and ope half barrel of Sugar The fame having been libelled against, profe cmted and condemned as forfeited, is the said Court.—by WILLIAM NIGHOLS, Marjhal. Marfcal's Office, \ January, j 19— dtiqht Philadelphia & Lancaster Turn pike Company. January 4, 1798. Xfa meeting of the Prefidsnt and Managers, this day, a dividend sf 5 dollars per Jhare <was declared f*r the laji half year, luhieh will be by them Ltlai#nlTrJ*r the pajnvnt qf.tbe debts: the Coihpewy, agreeable toa reJolatt»n-fft#rStort-" folders the ntb June la/I. TENCH FRANCIS, Treajurer Of the LancafierTurnpikeCom'py. January % m&W.c To be Exchanged For Brityh, German, or India Goads, is the package; A trad of valuable Land In Lycotning, joining that of the Hdilatld co. and containing io,qoo Ace'- Inquire of the Printer. Jan: I§ Just Published, And to be had at the Book-stores of. Messrs. Dob son, Campbell, Yodng and Okmroo, in Philadelphia, OBSERVATIONS On the Cause* and Cure of Remitting or Bilious Feyers. To which is annexed, AN ABSTRACT of the opinions and pradice of different authors: and an APPENDIX, exhib iting interesting fait* and refle&ions relative to the Synocbus lUeroides, or Yellow Fever, which ha* occasioned so much diftrefaand mortality, at different periods, m fe vef a| of the seaport towns of the United States of America. - by WILLIAM CURRIE, Fellow of the Philadelphia College of Physicians, and Member of the American Philosophical So ciety, &c. Salisbury Estate. THE Subscriber, propoGng to cootra®- hi« busi ness, offers this Estate for sale, on moderate lerjtts. On it are one Blast and three Air Furnaces, a complete Boreing Machine, and a very good grift Mill, with two pair of stones ; also a good Forge, all ip peffeft 1 repair, as are all the Water Works conne£t jed with thefc various branches. The Air Furnaces yrere lately huilt for the purpofc of casting Cannon for this State. —There are about two thousand acres of Land, onebaJf of which is under wood, the other very fine arable Land, producing the best Hay and Failure. The Cannon lately mannfaftured there, fujlly proves the excellency of the metal, which is- Superior to any in this country, and probably, equal so any in the world ; for not o*ie of fixty-nioe guns lately mjde f although some of the 24 were bored into 32 pounders, have failfd on proving. The fun ction is very eligible, particularly for this branch ot fnanufafture, and a place of arms lying in the state of Connc£icut,and only 30 miles from several land • ings on the Hudson's river, and having every advan tage that can result from a plenty of water ifluing from a large natural pond, very near the Furnace, ?nd wftich may be converted iqto a variety of other uieful purposes. The purchaser can be accommodat ed with the ftoek and utensils, and have poftcflion on or before the firft of June next, and preparation fnay be made in the meantime for going into Blast im mediately thereafter, lor every part will be delivered in good order, with some coal, Ore, &c. &c. For terms, apply to Mr. Joseph Anthony, in Philadel phia; David Brooks, Esq. one of tlie Representatives i<k Congress for tbis State ; Mr, David Waterman, on the premiles, or to lhep»ooiiecor in New-York. WILLIAM NEILSON. Dae. i. 3*wtf FOR SALE, Several fonts of Types—half worn. Inclading JUpug Primer, abopt 403 weight, in good condition, and would atifwer the purpose of a cquntfy printer a* well as new. Enquire of the Printer. boy. 30. .. . . 1 PHIL AD E L P*H 1A .. TUESDAY EVENING, JAhUARY 23, 1798. Public Sale of Real Estates. On THURSDAY Evening, the 15th of February next, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Merchants' Coffee-houfe in Second-street, at 6 o'clock in tke evening, the following ESTATES. No. 1. A two story brick Houle, with * two story frame Buildings, on a lot to feet front and 100 fe*t deep ; also, a vaoant Lot of 40 feet square, with the privilege of so alley go thereto. Thij interest hat lately been I't for »oo dollars per an num, and is situated m- -Chriftkn-ftrent, W-wren Front and Second-itrdHf, the second house from Mr. Caleb AshY No. ». A three story brick House, situate at the north east corner of Chefnut flreets, being 14 feet 00 Second-street, and to f«et on Chefnut- j street, now in the tenure of Mr. Morange, at the yearly rent of 400 dollars, and is deemed one of the best Hands for the file of dry goods in this city. No. 3. A handsome well finished three story brick House, zo feet front and 10® feet deep, situ ate in FiCth-ftreet, between Market and Arch tlreets, No. 40. This house is built and finifhed in the modern style, is in complete repair, with double cellars under the whole. Thei eis a ciflern of rain water in the yard ; and the house is at pre fert let for 600 iollaTs per annum with the taxes. No. 4. A three story brick House, situate Plumb-street, between Second and Third tlreet, being so feet front and 13* feet deep, at present occupied by Robert Kenny. No. 5. A three story brick House, on the bank fide of Fro»«-ftreet, No. 171 North, going thro' to Water-Areet, where it is five story. It is 19 feet,front and 48 feet deep, «i> complite repair', and it rented for 600 dollars per annum. The conditions of Sale are, one quarter «ash, one quarter in 6 months, one quarter in 9 months, and anequarter in IS months. Philadelphia, fan. IS. 1798. 3awtlsP To be x fold, An F.LEGANT COUNTRY SEAT, contain ing 6 acret and 40 yeyskts, witlt a Beat two story brick House and Kitchen thereon, an apple Orchard, fcc. fiioate on the Irish tra<s lane, in the township of Moyamenfing, about one mile from the city of Philadelphia. Further particulars will be made known upon »ppiication at the office ps the Philadelphia Gazette. The improvements upon this place, for tafle and elegance, stand unrivalled. December I. dtf The Subscriber intends to make application for the renewal of a Certificate of a Share in the Bank of the United States, (landing in the name of A. B. N0.5004, -dated July 11, i797> amc having been loft. JOHN GRAHAM. Richmond, Dec. I* ROSS SIMSON, HATE FOR SALE, A few bales Baftas, Coflas, and a qvantk,y of Bengal COTTON Bengal SUGAR, in bags and boxes Jamaica, St. Vincents, > RUM; and Bengal J 300 casks RICE, rnd A parcel of ship building RED CEDAR. 1 Ofl. 27. Chocolate and Mustard, I *Wa fupcrior qusrtry msnrofaftsretf, GINGER and Pepper, ground ; ihelletj or pearl Barley; Philadelphia Porter, Beer, Ale and Cyder ; Taunton and Burton Ale ; London Porter ; red, Port and Lilbon Wine, Hiitable for exportation or heme consumption. The highest pi ice given for Mustard-Seed. Also forfale, A quantity of Bocking and common Baizes, a variety of colors ; a bale of Fustians, Shawl?, &c, for sale by JOHN HA WORTH, No. 98, south Front-street. not'. 27. m.&th.t.ij. Canal Lottery--—No. 11. WILL commence drawing Monday, thezoth inft. Tickets for Sale in this Lottery, at Seven Dollars, at Wm. BLACKBURN's Lottery and Brokers Office, No. 64, South Second-street Tickets in the Schuylkill Bridge Lottery, at Tea Dollars, where check books are kept lor register ing and examining infhefe, the City of Walhing ton, No.II. and Paterfon Lotteries, and informa tion where tickets may be had in mod of the Lotte ries authorised by law in any of the States of the Union. N. B. The bufinef* of a Broke*, in buying atld felling all kinds of Public Stock and Securities, difcounthg Bills and Notes of Hand, sale of Laods, Houses, &c. &c. will be duly attended to, by Wm. BLACKBURN. ( november 15. $ MUSIC. J. L. LENZ, Teacher oi Vocal and inftrumeotal Music, RETURNS hisfincere thanks to the Ladies and Gentlemen, from whom he received a very . liberal encouragement since his residence in this ci , ty, and refpe&fully informs his friends and the pub lie generally, that, in conference of the rsqueft I of feme of his friends, he has opened a Musical School at his house in Spruce Street No 174, where 1 he will teach on the Piano forte, Violin &c. &c » 1 He deems it unneceflary to enlarge upon the ad • vantages the learner will derive frpn. an inftituti on of this kind; he will only fay, that, attention 1 and zeal are much excited in at) assembly, where ' numbers are in pursuit of the fame ohjeit. His ' arrangement is such, that an interference of the the different fcxet will be avoided. Those Ladies andGentlemtn who cannot make it convenient to attend at his school, be will wait upon at their hoJfes. Apj locations will be thankfully receiv ed at hit houft, where his terms and further parti , culars may be known. Dec. 7. *lweod NOTICE. ALL perfotw concerned are hereby notified, that the frbferiber intends to apply for a re newal of the undermentiohed loft certificates of Stock in the Bank of the United States—He for warded them under cover of a letter addressed to John Aniley.of London, by the ship Bacchus, capt. George, which left fhis port in June but for Lon don. But that ship having been captured on her passage and fcnt>ta France, the above letter ;«id in clofures have failed iu their deftinatiou. Three Certificates, viz. Nos. 26325, 26326, 26327, each for four (hares, dated January I ft, 1797, and issued in the name of Henry Grace, of Tot tenham Highcrofs, Grsat Britain. ZACCHEUS COLLINS. Philadelphia, novewher 8. aaw6w By John Fenno, N° 119 Chef nut Street. For Freight or Charter, To any Port in Europe, ONE hundred and forty-oae cons btimv-n—Stannrh -and weli bailt, and fail* faft.— For terms a,ppiy to Joseph Anthony & Co, January fj .. . Niciclin Griffith, Ar their Store on Walnut Street VTh*r£— HAVE FOR SALE, 58 hhds. of Jamaica Rum Madeira Wine in pijKJ and hhds. Teneriffe do. in p«p" Qld Port do. in bb-.s. Imperial Tea in quarters »n<l eighths of cliefts Sail Canvass, No. i, to 8 Dimkies, Ginghams, and Muflincts, in packa ges suitable for the Weft India market Nails afibrtcd Black quart bottles Queens ware in hhd«. and crates Yellow ochre dryjn caflts ; And at New-York, on board the fhi|s DiaiU, from Liverpobl, expedled round as soon as tiie navigation is open, fine Liverpool Salt Coals Spanish Brown Venetian Ke4 \ Purple Brown PAINTS Pwent white White lead Red lead Colcothar vitriol 160 bundles Sheathing paper v Seaming twise For Sale or Charter. a 1, s a, Brig Awazov. "lie late firm of Philip Nicktir & Co. is now changed to* NICKLIN y GRIFFITH. January 1. eodtf For Savannah, TP SAIL THE FIRST OPENING, . . The faft failing ship SWIFT PACKET, PATiueK Gribbh, Matter, R> NOW lying the firft wharf below Market Street—has landfome ac commodations for paffengers—Forfr<ight «r pas sage apply to the Matter on board, or to N. iff J. Frazer, •" No. 95, South Front Street. Who have on hand, and for Sale, Prime Rice, in whale and half tierees, Georgia and Carolina tadigo, Molasses in hhds, Teneriffe wine, &c. &c Decembera7 jtawtl. For Anifterdam, \ F A™'M ER, John IVl'Ccllom, Matter ; feiMTILL.faU in a few days, the SC'KradJSafeSogreater part' ps her cargo being ready. For freight fifty ton-, of CofFee, or pas sage, apply to the master on board, at Walnut ttreet wharf, or to JOHN SAVAGE. Who is Landing, put of the said Ship, from Bor deaux, and l*or Sale, Claret in hhds. White Wine in quarter calk? Claret in cases, of a superior quality Fentiniac, } Sauterne, S Wines in cases Lunille, ) Prunes in boxes november 24. For Sale or Charter, > GOOD HOPE, Will carry about laoo barriH*, and is ready to take in a cargo. Fir terms inili'i * apply to Pragers & Co. No. 151, booth Second-street. Who have for sale—prime St. Croix Sugar and Rem, Madeira, Lisbon, and Teneriffe wine. November 7. dtf. For Savannah, in Gporgia, THE SHIP Sally Butler, Captain Chisholm, A new vessel, with excellent for passengers Sails on the 10th of December. For Freight or Passage, apply to ROSS ts" SIMSON. Who have to difpttft: of, A small invoice ot GLAUJF.R SALTS INDIGO, and a part.el.of HOL#.Y WOOD. November 18. § ALL persons iiii'Ated to the estate of Peter Gill, late of the Diftridl of Southwark, de seafed, are requested to make immediate pay ment to either of the Sublcribersj and those who have any demands against said estate, arc requested to bring in their accounts duly attest ed to. JOHN MURPHY, ") r PETER SCRAVENJDYKE, > txfcu " THOMAS F'ARRELL, ) tors - Philad. 'an. 16, »7qß. *1 jw+h- FOR SALE, at Wm. Young's Book Store, x No. 51, Sesond flreet, the corner of Chefnut ttreet, REPORT of the Committee of the House of Reprefentativesof the United States, appoint ed to prepare and report Articles of Impeachment against WILLI\M BLOUNT, a Senator of the United States, impeached of high crimes and mis demeanors, made in pursuance of 3 refolutioti of the Boufa of Representatives, authorizing the said Coram it tee to fit during the recof# of Congress, and inftro&ing them " to enquire, and, by all lawful " means, todifeaver the whole nature and extent " of the offence whereof the laid William Blount " (lands impcache,!, and who are the parties and " affobates therein " Printed'by order of the l J .cufe of Representatives. December iq. J For Londonderry, William Whitten, mailer. , A ifannch good vessel, has the greaser part of her cargo on board, and will sari as loon as the navigation permits. It fptedy applica tion is made, a few calks will b taken on freight; for which, and passage, ro the Captain, at Cuthbert's wharf, or the fubferihers. John Siyrin, Laud en Merger's wharf, *r George D»bfsn, No. iouth 3d Street. Fresh Fruitsand Wine, DIRECT TROTH MALAGA, By the brig Johanna, capt. Thieffen, arrived at Marcus Hook, 1000 caiks fine Bloom Raisins S j"."} *• iS JfineMufctcldo. 100 Boxes lemons too Jars grapes 100 Kegs of figs 7 Bags foft Ibell'd almands 60 Boxes Jordan almond kernels * j""-" 1 " 109 Qr. calks fine Mountain do. 30 Qr. calks Colemenar do. Apply to , Edward Dunant, No* South Front fltr^ct. Who will Freight or Charter, Tht fuid Brigantine JO H A FN A x Being a Dane of about 20; tons burthen, for any port in Europe. "~ January 19 x *jt«od AMIABLE, D. C. Tn.uJjqi(AST, Master, f or Amjlerdam, CAN take in about 4c tons of goods tp complete ber cargo. She is intended to fail the firft opening for freight or passage apply to the master on board, at 11 right's wharf, or to Jeremiah Warder. January 18 3t. The Subscriber INFORMS fhofi whom it may interest or con cern, that the Judg«s of the Court of Common Pleas have appointed Monday, the tiventy-fxtl day of February next,to hear him andhis Creditors, at the Court-houCe in this city, on the fuhjeift of his peti tion for the benefit of the Isfolvent Law—and that their attendance is desired. JAMES GREENLpAJF. Philadelphia, *Jan. 16. eotl6thF To Be Soli), r v AGREEABLY to the last will and tcftamer.t of Wit.Lia 14 Ht ysuam, deceased, and pofiVf fioii given immediately,.! valuable property inArch 'llre'et, between Third and Fourth streets, coiffift ingof the house, No. 107, with the lot on which it is ere&ed, a stable, and other improvements.— The house is 10 feet front, and contains ten good apartments. The lot is of thp fame breadth as the house and 209 feet deep, with a well of water and a very capacious waile.l cistern, both with pumps in gosp repair. The liable (lauds on the rear of the lot and will accommodate four horses and a car riage. This property enjoys(he perpetualpriyilege of a 26 feet court and an alley, K feet wi4e, extend ing to Cherry Street. Its central ppfition and the it poffeffcs with refpeiS to free ventila tion, renders it well worthy the attention of any pprfsp wifbing to poiTtfi sp eligible prcp«rty in Phi ladelphia, For further particulars enquire at No 8?, Vine Street—of RoBtKT HeYSHAm, Or > Adling Executors. Francis Bowes Savri, j January II § W. Haydon, Delineator of Drawing—frorfi London, (Where he has ltudied several years under one of the moil eminent mailers in tt at fcieiice) Fli'Oß-MS his trlend-j, that he has re-conimenc ed his private tuitjon.—Terms, as usual. Six Dollars per month, for attendance three times a week. Likewise, all kinds of Ornamental Paint ing, fruit, flowers, &c. taught on the above terms. \V. H. flatters himfelf his terms wiH be particu larly advantageous to those that (jmploy him, as he makes no additional charge if there are two pupils in one family. A line direified to W. H. left at the office of this G:zette, will be immediately attended to. January 9. §zw gf The owners of the Brigantine Mercury, William Uron, master, captured by a Spanilh privateer and fold at Ceuta in last De ceoiber, may receive interesting information ref peiling her, by applying to the Department of State. *. * The Printers in the sea-port towns of the United States w'll render a fervire to the concerned, by inserting the above in tbeir news- P-'pers. Ji n %. Landing this day, From on board sh« schooner Two Friends, Dan lei Crawley, Master, FOR SALE BY George Latimer £s° Son. uo'vetnher 9. NOT I. C E. To holders of JAMES 'GREENLEAF's and EDIVARD FOX'S Engagements IN consequence of many having been prevent ed, from late unavoidable circumstances from obtaining their Certificates, agreeable to former notice, The Trustees now inform them, they are ready to iflue the fame to those who may ap ply within sixty days, at No. 8 Chefnut Street, and those who do not, will be confnltrcd as re linquishing their claim on the Aggregate Fund provided for theii payment. HENRY PR.VTT, T.HC MAS W. FRA NCIS, JOHN MH.LER, JUN. JOHN ASHLEY, JACCfI BAKER. December ij. d&ct LOST, IN this City, en Sundar November 16. a red Morocco Pocket Book, containing 8 notes «f band to Read & Pi ttn, a follow*, John Duffield's, f0r.441 dollars 73 cents. t William M'Laws 435 37 « George «Vay's 177 19 Joha Doaks 11 99 Edward Clayton'» 69 Do. 30 U 17 John Hrawa's £lO6-15-11 One ic dollar Bank of PennfyWaniitnete— an or der upon Walter Franklin,Efq. in tamx of Charles Read, and sundry other papers that can be of no use but to the owners. Payment of the aforcfaid notes of hafd heing ft'p'd, a reward of dollar* ihili be paid to the perfoc or pcrfoos bring ing said pocket book with the aforcfaid contents to Read and Pierie, No. 65, Cbefoul Street and Co questions asked. January 19. *ced3t. War-Office of the United States, January the IjS, 1798. WHEREAS frauds have been praftilcd, in obtaining Warrants for Bounty Lands, due to the aod Soldiers of the late Continental Army, by the production of forged instruments. To check in future fuck impositions, it has been thought ac'vifeable ; that all persons, having claims for bounty lands, -whether in their own right, as ltfjjal rcprtfentative, or by virtue of any lodrument or deed of transfer, be required to forward their rtfpe&ive ckiins to the War Office, on or before the firft day ol January 1799 in order that *fuch claims may be duly examined, adjusted and deter mined upon • N To fubftawiate such claims, a striA observance of the rules heretofore ifijeri from the War Office vriH be indifpcnfable ; and in addition to what is requit ed by the laid rules, th< certificate of the acknow ledgement of a Deed or Power of Attorney, mult also set forth the place of residence and occupation of the claimant or person making such acknowledg ment ; nod when the pi oof of pcrfonal knowledge is by a witnef« or witnesses, their placeor places of residence must be set forth in like manner- JAMES M'HENRY, Sf.'y of War. Jan. 7. d6w French Circulating Library. JOSEPH E. G. M. De La GRANGE, No. 110 Walnut-street, INFORMS those who wifli to recur to the only means of becoming perfe<St in the French Lan guage, that he has jufl opened his Library, con fining of upwards of 1500 volumes, the bed cal culated to afford either ufeful inftru&ion, or plea sure. The conditions, together with a catalogue of th<?Library, maybefeen at every book-feller's in town. n. B. All translations from and into the French, Englilh and Spanilh Languages, executed with ac curacy and dispatch. eoim nov. 14. To Cabinet Makers, "Joiners, l&c. Cavanagh & Hearn, Pine-street, near the New-Market, RETURN thinks /o their friends and the public, for their liberal encouragement, and hope, by their unremitting attention, to merit a continuance of their favore. The Part aerfhip between them and Joseph B. Barry, has been rtiffolved by mutual consent. Cavanagh and Hearn have just r«ceived quantity of St. Domingo and Honduras Mahcgony, which they intend to fell very reasonable termss forcalb. Orders from the country moll pun<3ua!ly exe cuted. Vineers of all kinds cut as nfual'. J an - *S i _ 2aw4W FOR THE CURE OF~ COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMAS, CON SUMPTIONS, And all disorders tf the Breaji and Lungs, Church's Cough Drops I» a medicine unequalled by any other in the world. CERTIFICATE. " I hereby certify, thjt I have been cured of a most levere Cough, Csd, and violent p::in in my brealt, by taking only afew doses of Dr. Cuu-Rsa's Cough nrops. CHARLES BEVANS," Sail Maker, Spruce areet wharf, Philadelphia. From a London Paper. To Dr. CHURCH. SIR, Having been recently restored from the brink of the grave, by your invaluable medicine, 1 think it njy duty to make this public acknowledgment of the fame, >r the benefit of others affii&ed with a fimilir complaint, 1 had been aftlioled with a most dreadfui althnia for about twenty-three years. I never for years got any reft, my cough was so troubleforr.e in the night; and used to discharge an almoll incredible quantity of glutinous matter from my lungs ; and my breath was so exceeding snort that I could not walk across my rooiru Pro* videnthlly hearing of your Cough Drops, I took them ; and, through taking them alone, I am now, blessed be God ! restored to perfed health. My cafe is well known to the members of the Ebene- Chapel, in LincqJn's-Inn-Field, of which I am also a member ; and any of them will gladly fa tiasy any inquiry concerning the truth of what 1 fay. I am, Sir, yonr grateful servant, NATHANIEL LANGWORTHY, No. 8, Smith's-court, Great Windmill-street, Hay-market* Witness N. Langworthy, jun.Np* 40, Pultney-ftreet, Golden-fquar?. - ( CHURCH'S COUGH DROPS Are prepared and fold (only) by the inventor and sole props ic(or, Dr. James Church, at his Medi cine Store, No. 1 South Third-ttreet, next the Mar. ket, Philadelphia; and by appointment, at New- York, by Me.frs. Staples and Co. 169 Pcarl-ftreer and Miss Wedman, iiz WiHjm-ftreet. Dr. Church may be consulted every day, at his office, ij§ South Front-flreet, Philada'phia J apuar y 9- 3 aw 3 w All Perions Having any demands aga'nft the Estate of the late Captain George Irwin, *re requtfted ta bring i« their accounts pioperly attelled, on or before the firft day. of January next ensuing and those who are indebted ro said ellate are so licited to make immediate payment to o-iUAH IRWIN, Administratrix. n«v. 19 1707 v j Tin Plates, FOR SALE BV SIMON WALKER, ' Pine, noar Fifth street. December 18. Ivv , [Volume XIII.